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Old 08-10-2005, 09:25 AM   #81
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Re: How do you do a wheelie?

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im mainly worried about the bike more then anything ... i need to buy me a second one i can trash
I think the same....The best way to get into wheelies and other stunts is to get a second bike, something that you will not be afraid to crash & destroy, an old used and crashed bike, with no plastics (fairings), install a "cage" for the engine, 12 o'clock bar and a big rear sprocket and you are all set...!!!!!
I think your confidence and concentration will be better 'cause you are not worry about crashing the bike.
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Old 08-10-2005, 09:52 AM   #82
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Re: How do you do a wheelie?

Sorry Bro- its an 05- o6 arent even out yet I dont think.
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Old 08-12-2005, 12:39 AM   #83
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Re: How do you do a wheelie?

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anyway, at the least it's good to know that you're older and will exercise more throttle control than somebody in their early 20's...



Yeah..... kids, I can't even stand to see 'em on the road!
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Old 08-12-2005, 09:07 AM   #84
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Re: How do you do a wheelie?

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im mainly worried about the bike more then anything ... i need to buy me a second one i can trash
I think the same....The best way to get into wheelies and other stunts is to get a second bike, something that you will not be afraid to crash & destroy, an old used and crashed bike, with no plastics (fairings), install a "cage" for the engine, 12 o'clock bar and a big rear sprocket and you are all set...!!!!!
I think your confidence and concentration will be better 'cause you are not worry about crashing the bike.
thats what im' doing
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Old 08-12-2005, 12:57 PM   #85
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Re: How do you do a wheelie?

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anyway, at the least it's good to know that you're older and will exercise more throttle control than somebody in their early 20's...
Yeah..... kids, I can't even stand to see 'em on the road!
LOL yea Kids(i'm 20) on the rode falling and stuff. 4 people have died this week.(3 being over the age of 31, one 13 year old kid) All not wearing helmet. I can not strees enough please wear your helmet if your not getting your poiser practice in.

hey Busa get some frame sliders on your 05 BUSA if you don't have any yet. Will help out for a small spill. I'll be at the track tonight pm if ya want to ride over there, but there is a SE ride tonight also. check the event page. And Welcome to the site
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